Hello, hello, Food Blogger Pro-ers!
Today, my friends, is an extra-fantastic day. And that’s because we just published our first Quick Win of the year! 🎉
And even better, it’s about a topic that lots of us don’t know a lot about: Trademarks for Food Bloggers.
As a content creator, trademarks can serve as a great way to protect your brand identity. When you register a trademark, it prevents competitors from imitating your brand (such as your blog name or logo) online.
But all that being said, when do you actually need to register trademarks as a food blogger? Our Legal Expert Danielle Liss is here to weigh in!
In this Quick Win, she gives you the rundown on everything you need to know about trademarks — how they work, when you might want to consider applying for one, how much it actually costs to apply, and more.
In this Quick Win, you’ll learn:
- What the difference is between copyright and trademark
- Why food bloggers might want to register trademarks
- How to see which trademarks are available before registering
- How to apply for a trademark
- What international bloggers need to know about U.S. trademarks
- And more!
It’s a quick and sweet overview that will give you the knowledge and tools you need to protect your brand with trademarks. Thanks again to Danielle and Alexa for putting this together for the Food Blogger Pro Community!
🎉 As a reminder, Food Blogger Pro courses and tools are available for all Food Blogger Pro members. If you used to be a member, you can rejoin by following these instructions. If you’re not a member, you can join and get instant access to this course, as well as all of our other courses for food bloggers, today! 🎉